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Beautiful semi-private Beaches
Visit the 25 miles of beautiful beaches!
Surfing, sailing, kayaking and open sea swimming are just some of the water sports to look forward to when visiting Punta de Mita. Don’t forget a visit to the warm waters, white sand and amazing wildlife at the Hidden Beach at Marietas Islands for snorkeling or scuba diving.
From November through to March each year, be delighted by whale watching when the hump back whales are in residence. Private and tour boats are available from area marinas.
Sport fishing is a popular activity in Punta de Mita, with vessel operators to assist with a fishing trip that can be designed around you.
If you are looking for things to do while on land, there is a stunning selection of golf courses to choose from in Punta de Mita. The green next to the Four Seasons resort, rated number one in the world by Conde Nast for its superior service and play, the course showcases stunning lakes and water features. Guests can play this Nicklaus-designed course and enjoy the novelty and challenge of Hole 3B …dubbed “the Tail of the Whale” … the world’s only natural island green.
Hike the El Cerro del Mono Hill, which offers one of the most amazing views of Punta de Mita. It has been said that experiencing a sunset at El Cerro del Mono is something that should not be missed.
Visit the native Huichol Indians who live near Sayulita and are direct descendants of the Aztec. To this day, the Huichol Indians have maintained their unique culture, pre-Columbian traditions, and their way of life for centuries. They are known for their colorful artwork, which are highly collectible.